Hello Laura and David,I want to sharea video of the Marinera Nortenawith thePeruvian Paso Horse. I know you guys are breeders of Peruvian Paso horses and I would like to know if you guys are interested in working with the Peruvian Association in Savannah promoting part of the Peruvian culture by performing demonstrative shows.
Looks like you have wonderful true fun with your horses.
Say I was wondering out of curiosity who long that ride in Peru is
how many stops do riders and horses have through out
do they have equine checks like here in the USA and observers along the trail
someone told me there a=do not have the type of checks along the course
how high into the mountains do the riders go
and is there a time frame that the ride suppose to be completed in ?
It looks Grueling but all the horses look like they did well.
Iam intrigued with that particular ride
Hope you have a beautiful Spring
we had snow spitting at us yesterday but nonme stayed
had my gelding taped for heigth yesterday he s 14.3 filling out shoulders getting broader and broader
For me he is tall enough my mare is basically same heigth
his back needs to now level out could go up a pinch more but he is 3 and not sure he will
his legs are looking awesome he is very good boned and his movement is getting better and better
not locked in yet but one day when he is Iam sure I will be happy with the ride
can't wait to get him a really good handler and trainer
praying we can find one we can trust with our boy in Panama
Elvis is very sensitive and sometimes almost to sensitive but if he has to be told not or shown no for naughty behavior he never does same thing wrong twice he is very smart .
Anyway I sent a name for that filly what names have you decided on for her
zshe is so beautiful and yu can see her beauty even now as a youngster she s very elegant
Have a Fab week
I told a freind about your ranch and your horses as soon as her husband musters out of Navy I told her she should look at your horses due to fact they have more of the old world bloodlines and loik and movement
Like me she prefers the older type build and movement of the origionalPeruvian
and by the way thank you for raising horses true to breed type.
hi again. your orse is lovely. i have 4 peruvias. they are not very commen in denmark. they have been here in the country for 5 or 6years, so it is very interesting to work with sch a onknown race here . regards desiree
There will be ACTHA rides (competitive trail) in Eatonton and AH STephens state park (between Madison and Augusta off I20) in January, Feb., and March. There is an arena competitive trail competition in Eatonton in March and Newton County Saddle Club has a gaited division. They will probably be in March, April, Sept., and Oct. They are at the Horse Park in Conyers. Divino will debut his peruvian show career at the NCSC show.
Hello, I am so glad to see there are other Peruvian fans in Georgia. I'm in north GA, Ellijay. Where is Collins located? Looks like you have a wonderful collection of horses there. How many do you keep? Do you know my friend, Vicky Shelton?
HI David an Laura, it took me a long time to respond to your request, sorry about it , but i am in Peru right now, I´m so glad we are very close, right now i am dance with the horses of Rancho Loma Linda on Chocran , Georgia too, I hope we can meet you one day and see your beautifull horses, and also we planing to celebrated a peruvian paso horse festival soon, Saludos
The new pictures of your horses are very nice. How common is the Grulla color in Peruvians? I don't remember seeing many?
I didn't get to make it to Indiana this year but I hope that you did well.
Hi David, it took me a looong time to respond to your request, but I have just now added a few photos of my Peruvian horse to my profile. Last weekend we did a beautiful trail ride in Jura, the western part of Switzerland. Hope you enjoy the pictures, kind regards, Barbara